MLS Cincinnati striker Brandon Vazquez is going through the best moment of his career, being one of the top scorers in the regular season in the United States, however, his chances of going to the World Cup are slim.
The 23-year-old has 16 goals, six goals behind scoring champion Mukhtar, a Nashville SC player for which he has sparked interest in both the Mexican Soccer Federation and the USMNT.
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Despite his high status, Vasquez has not been called by either of the teams, even as many fans thought strategist Greg Berhalter would call him for the final FIFA date.
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In an interview for MLS, Vazquez talked about his future and the prospects of playing either Mexico or the United States, pointing out that he has yet to define it, but that the door is open for both.
“I still look forward to playing for both El Tri and the US national team, and it would be an honor to represent any country. I am very passionate about our Mexican culture, but a lot of American players are my friends. And I think I will be very comfortable there and fit into the team.”
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